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Senior Izrael Carbajal measures the roof overhang of one of the tiny houses being built by the carpentry class.

Carpentry class gives students the tools to create change

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief May 31, 2022

When Office of Public Instruction (OSPI) Superintendent Chris Reykdal imagined the new CTE pathways in action, he imagined classes in which students could work hands-on and develop skills that they could...

The fork in the road

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief May 31, 2022

It was an ordinary September night, and the house was quiet. Through the thin wall separating my brother’s room from mine, I could hear his gentle snores as he slept, and outside, the occasional car...

An image of a fish consuming another, smaller fish

A fish who fishes – atrocity of the sea

By Rachel Davis, Op-Ed Editor April 21, 2022

My initial focus when I began this series of factual pieces was to satisfy my hunger for ocean knowledge, and to give myself an opportunity to research parts of the Pacific Ocean and the creatures that...

Butterflies lead to discovery

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief April 21, 2022

I distinctly remember being told that we had just run through our last packet of Craisins. Yet there I was, three days into spring break, kneeling on the kitchen floor with piles of packets in front of...

War in Ukraine has major impacts on Terrace community

Casualties mount as the war begins its second month
By Jakob Nacanaynay, Hawkeye Staff March 31, 2022

As conflict rages on in Ukraine, the reverberations are being felt in the Terrace community. The war in Ukraine has concerned ELL (English Language Learning) teacher Michelle Tessier having students whose...

Four students sit along a desk, all contemplating whether or not to continue wearing their masks at school.

The mask mandate is gone, but uncertainty remains

By Mika Raring, Hawkeye Staff March 31, 2022

In an attempt to stop the spread of COVID-19, protective face coverings have been required for the past two years by the Washington State Department of Health. This has recently changed, however, with...

Don’t judge a book by its cover

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief March 29, 2022

Hi there, Hawks. Welcome back to my little corner of randomness, where today, we’re talking about labels. Now, why labels? Because simply put, the world has too many of them. Ever since the ripe old...

Creating gender-inclusive classrooms

Creating gender-inclusive classrooms

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief January 20, 2022

For several years, the Edmonds School District has made an effort to work towards creating a more inclusive culture across the district, in buildings and in classrooms. This effort has included those with...

The magic of gift giving

By Ritika Khanal, Co-Editor-In-Chief December 17, 2021

Hello there, MTHS. Welcome back to my little corner, where I ramble about one thing or another every month. Before I go any further, I want to wish each and every single one of our readers the happiest...

Cash and cans for the community

Cash and cans for the community

By Kaylee Miyamoto, Hawkeye Staff December 1, 2021

Throughout the month of November through Dec. 1, the MTHS community comes together to collect money and donate non-perishable canned and boxed food for those in need. Food will be collected up until Dec....

From a Hawk to an Eagle Scout

By Hawkeye Staff November 23, 2021

Maude Alsept-Beaty is an MTHS 2020 graduate who joined the BSA (Boy Scouts of America), in July of 2019. Since then, she has become one of the first generations of female Eagle Scouts. Before college,...

Healthcare opportunities, one student at a time

Healthcare opportunities, one student at a time

By Jakob Nacanaynay, Hawkeye Staff November 23, 2021

The new future health professionals club, or more commonly called  HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) club, was created this year in MTHS to promote interest in and allow students to learn...

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